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Posted by Jim H. on June 08, 2003 at 07:42:28 from (126.96.36.199):
Hey implement experts:
What would you expect to pay for a Hesston PT-7 haybine in good condition? I believe it's mid-1970 vintage. It's been shedded, but probably needs a new set of sections. The rollers look OK. It has funny rock guards on it, I believe there're called "stubby" guards - they're two-piece, top and bottom; they don't actually come to a closed "point" like on my sickle bar cutter. Some of those look like they need replacing, or at least re-bent. These are the guards that have been on it for years - are they good for grass/timothy hay?
Any other advice on this machine? Things to check/look out for?
Thanks in advance,
- Jim H.
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